Food contact cretonne cotton fabric 135g/m2 - Natural Essential x 10cm


Start eco-responsible sewing projects ! Discover this Essential cotton cretonne fabric 135g/m2 to make bread bags, fruit bags, bulk bags, tote bags,.... This 100% natural cotton cretonne fabric is approved for food contact, in accordance with the European and French regulation. It's time to start a new zero-waste way of life !

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Sales unit 10 cm
Width 155 cm
Fabrics Weight 135g/m2 - 210g/ml
Material Composition 100% cretonne cotton
Use Accessories, Furnishing
Washing 30° normal wash
Tumbling do not tumble dry
Ironing Medium heat
Bleach Prohibited
Appearance/Touch Fluid, Matt
Pattern Plain
Certificate Approved food contact, REACH, Eco Responsable
Main color Beige
Material Cretonne cotton
Fabricant Sélection MPM
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Food contact cretonne cotton fabric 135g/m2 - Natural Essential x 10cm

Discover our range of technical fabrics for zero-waste accessories, Oeko-Tex Fabrics and Organic Fabric.


Say goodbye to plastic packaging!

No more ephemeral packaging, make tote bags in 100% natural cotton to keep your vegetables and make your market. Endlessly reusable and resistant, they will be ideal to carry your food. Bye bye, plastic bags when you go shopping at the supermarket, at the bulk grocery store or to pick up fruits and vegetables in your vegetable garden, the bulk bags will be your best ally! Resistant, durable, practical and pretty, they will quickly become essential!

What is approved for food contact fabrics?

An approved for food contact fabric is a fabric that does not contain any elements that can be dangerous to human health and that could be transferred when it comes into contact with food. The presence of small black dots proves that the fabric is natural and without any treatment. All plain or printed standard cotton fabrics have a chemical bleaching treatment to remove these small stains. This whitening treatment is totally incompatible with a food contact use, that's why the black dots are always present, and will never disappear in the wash.

How to maintain your cotton fabric approved food contact?

  • Use a food-safe detergent or a Marseille soap to wash the fabric. A standard detergent does not comply with food contact use.
  • Wash at first at 30°C and gradually increase the wash temperatures. Always wash your fabric before cutting because it can tighten by about 10%.